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LinuxPR: SGI and Enlighten Software... to Offer Distributed Systems Management for Linux

Aug 19, 2000, 01:16 (0 Talkback[s])

"Enlighten Software Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: SFTW - news), a leading provider of integrated system management software for Linux, Unix and Windows, and SGI (NYSE: SGI - news), a world class provider of high-performance computing and advanced graphics solutions that enable customers to understand and conquer their toughest computing problems, today announced that SGI will offer system management solutions from Enlighten to all of its Linux and IRIX customers. The extended offering, which is available to all of SGI's customers, originated from a long-term relationship between the two companies. SGI has been offering the award-winning Distributed Systems Management (DSM) software from Enlighten with its IRIX product lines for more than two years."

"Under the terms of the agreement, SGI customers will be able to download the EnlightenDSM management product directly from the Enlighten Web site, with simple verification of their status as an SGI customer. This process will speed delivery of management products to customers. Additionally, SGI customers can directly contact Enlighten for sales and support of complementary management products."

"Managing networks and clusters in the Linux and IRIX world is very important to SGI," said Jan Silverman, vice president of marketing, SGI. "SGI's products, coupled with system management solutions from Enlighten, will bring a superior systems-managed solution to SGI platforms, offering our customers integrated, easy-to-use, centralized management of their Linux environment. We are delighted to bring Enlighten to our Linux and IRIX customers."

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